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Salix maritima 60

Sarracenia 213

Schefflera macrocarpa 334

Schomburgkia humboldtiana 218,289

Sclerolobium paniculatum 337

Scyphiphora hydrophylacea 230

Scytonema 389

Scytonema crassum 390

Scytonema lyngbioides 404

Scytonema myochrous 396

Selenicereus inermis 198

Senecio 423,428

Senecio brassica 428, 429, 435

Senecio johnstonii spp. cottonii 423

Senecio keniodendron 423, 425, 434-438

Sesbania 353

Sesbania rostrata 353

Sesuvium portulacastrum 270, 273, 274,

277, 279-281 Sinorhizobium 349 Solidago altissima 117 Sonneratia 240 Sonneratia alba 230, 254 Sophora chrysophylla 438 Spondias lutea 326 Spondias purpurea 330 Sporobolus 321 Sporobolus virginicus 270, 274 Stegolepis hitchcockii 300 Stictosiphonia 258 Stictosiphonia arbuscula 258 Stigonema 389

Stigonema mamillosum 396, 404 Stigonema minutum 395 Stigonema ocellatum 390, 396, 404 Stylosanthes 352 Styphelia tameiameiae 437, 438 Subpilosocereus ottonis 270,273,274,

281-287 Syagrus comosa 337 Syagrus orinocensis 380, 385 Symplocos spicata 361

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